OCA LA, FLORIDA, T 1 1 U I! S I ) A OCTOBER 2. 1913
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GUTTING THRU SOLID
ROCK AND COAL
Mining Men are Working Desperate Desperately
ly Desperately to Rescue an Impris Imprisoned
oned Imprisoned Miner
Centralia, Pa., Oct. 2. The rescu rescu-ng
ng rescu-ng party at the Continental mine of
he Lehigh Valley Ccal Company,
which lis trying to reach Thomas Lo-
hesky, a miner, whowas entombed
st Friday, has arriTedat a point
hich shows that forty feeNf solid
ck and coal will have to DV cut
ugh to enable them to
throughand release-jthe imprisone
Loshesky is undergoing a texrifir
ordeal in his prison 100 feet below
the surface. Frequently during the
night he conversed with the rescuers,
his remarks being heard very clearly
through the fifty feet of tubing pen
etrating the room from an adjoitj adjoitj-ing
ing adjoitj-ing chamber. He said that water
was dripping from the room and that
his prison was beginning to grow
damp while the atmosphere was be becoming
coming becoming heavy. Mining experts said
that unless he is soon rescued he
was In danger of perishing for want
of fresh air.
Sending Focd Through the Tube
The rescue party is sending food
through the tube to the imprisoned
man. Because of the size of the
boring it is impossible to send him
any solid food, but milk, soup and
water is forced through.
The entire section hereabouts is
taking active interest in the rescue
work, and hundreds of volunteer
workers offer their services each day,
anxious to have part in the rescue of
the imprisoned miner.
SOUTH LAKH WEIlt
South Lake Weir, Oct. 1. Rev. E.
C. Albertson and son Milton, made a
business trip to Ocala last Thursday.
Miss Louise Schmidt, who has
spent the summer with the family of
Mr. E. Schnitzler, in' Ashbury Park,
Xi J., has returned to her home
Mr. arid Mrs. D. D. Peck returned
from Philadelphia, where they spent
the summer. They seem to be
greatly benefited by the trip and we
are glad to see them back again.
Miss Winnie Albertson made a
short visit with friends in Candler
last Thursday. :
Miss Myrtle Hickey went to
Ocala Tuesday to accept a position
s pianist at the Temple theater
iss Hickey is a fine musician andiPunta Gorda, where it will cross the
derstands the rudiments of mus-
horoughly. v While we will miss
omjour midst, ocala will be;
Miss Irene Gates and ijaster Karl
row nreturned from Websrtw Fri
day of this week. Miss Gates has
been the guest of her. sister, Mrs.
Brown. Miss Gates reports a fine
time while there and feels indebted
tri her Webster friends fcr the good
times extended to her.
: llr. A. Adams and Rev. Albertson
inaie a trip to the river fishing
Tutsday of this week and as usual
hai fine luck.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bickley.and!
MJss Florence Schnitzler of Weirs-j the Pinellas peninsula to St. Peters Peters-dite
dite Peters-dite 'were callers on Mrs. Gates last j burg crossing the line of the Atlant Atlant-Saturday.
Saturday. Atlant-Saturday. They have just returned 'i; Coast Line at several points and
fm Asbury Park, where they have
sent the summer at their mother's
Mme. Their many friends are al
ays glad to welcome them home.
Dr. Earl Lytle bade his friends
Jere good-bye Saturday and left onlto the ownership and affiliations of
Sunday to join his brother Carl, in
Alabama, and then both will go on
to Xashville, Ttnn., to attend Van-
derbilt University, where they will
receive their diplomas this year. We
AM OVERSTOCKED with Clothing and to reduce it, l am going to offer it all
at Cost till October 15th. If you buy. a suit from me, and you find after
. m. i a. j? . i.i i .i i c
wearing 11 inai you are uissausneu, or inai you
le ssthan $12.50, you can return the suit and get
wish them success as they are both
very bright young men.
Mr.. Frank Henderly received the"
sad news last Week of the death of
his brother's wife in' Ohio.
A representative. 'of the United
Paper Co. from Aanta was in our
burg last week looking after busi business
ness business for his company.
Seaboard and Coast Line Tracks
Criss-Cross that Part of
'Tampa Times: The railroad situa-j
ticji in this section of the state has i
aSaumed the aspect of a contest for
supremacy and a struggle for .terri .terri-tcry
tcry .terri-tcry between the two great Florida
systems, the Seaboard Air Line and
the Atlantic Coast Line.
The phosphate region of Polk
county was for a long time monop monopolized
olized monopolized with its abundance of busi
ness and rich revenue, by the At-!
iantic Coast Line system with its ;
main line extending to the south and
its numerous branches; but not long
ago the Seaboard invaded this rich
ierritory by running into Mulberry,
then to Bartow and now it is reach reaching
ing reaching out to Fort Meade.
(3ome years ago the Seaboard pre preempted
empted preempted the fertile and productive
Manatee region with its heavy fruit
and vegetable shipments. But here
again, with attitudes reserved, is the
same kind of invasion threatened.
The Seaboard went on down to
Sarasota and beyond, intending it
was reasonably conjectured to ter terminate
minate terminate at Boca Grande if the C. H.
and X. had not forestalled it and if
the necessity for such a terminal
had not been removed by the de
velopment of better facilities at Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. Xow there are tangible and well
authenticated rumors that the same
old rival, the A. C. L., is preparing
to enter the rich Manatee territory
and destroy the Seaboard's monop monopoly.
oly. monopoly. It is said that a surveying corps
is actually in the field and that the
line will be run from a point on the
main line of the A. C. L. railroad
j somewhere between Tampa and Seff-
ner, closely paralleling the Seaboard,
to Palmetto, across the Manatee riv river
er river to Bradentown and Manatee and
on to Sarasota.
In the meantime the Seaboard on
its part is said to be behind the new
enterprise of building a line across
from Venice to Charlotte Harbor and
Fort Myers and Caloosahatchie
branch of the A. C. L. The Seaboard
is now running to Venice, wnicn is
some miles below barasota.
Again, the A. C. L. has so long
had the exclusive entree to the pop populous
ulous populous and productive Pinellas region
that its management appeared to
think that it had title by prescrip-
tion in perpetuity to the business
thereof. But behold, here comes the
same old rivalry. The Tampa and
West Coast railroad, in alliance with
the Seaboard builds a line from a
point on the Seaboard system (the
old Tampa Northern) a few miles
north of Tampa westward and down
mixing up with it in its heretofore
l Another line uoon which work i
actually progressing is that intended
to run from Manatee to Arcadia. As
this new road there is some mystery,
' but the best information obtainable
is to the effect that it is in alliance
with, and backed by, the Seaboard i
ER MAN THA
Allie Angle of Tampa May Give
Jacksonville, Oct. 2 The Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis of Tuesday says: Harbormaster
A. J. Angle, of Tampa, appointed to
that position by Governor Trammell
and an also-ran in the contest for
the customs collectorship of the
state, which fell into the spacious
lap of the genial James Fennimore
Cooper, etc., Griggs of Apalachicola.
is a possible candidate lor Congress
against Congressman Stephen M.
Sparkman, of the first district, in
the next' congressional go-round.
Mr. Angle, who is in the city on
business, was asked to state definite definitely
ly definitely whether he intended to make the
race against Col. Sparkman, who is
chairman of the rivers and harbors
committee. "I am not in position to
make such a statement at present,
but may do so within a week or ten
days, he replied. Some strong
man in South Florida is going to run
against Col. Sparkman wichout fail,"
Eureka, Oct. 1. A few of
young people enjoyed a pinder boil boiling
ing boiling at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harp, Saturday night. It was enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by all who attended. If there
had been a prize offered to the onejwhe"n the decision was reached to
eating the most pinders there is ; build, a new one.
but little doubt that it would have
uecu lie ueiweeu -wcuonaia;
ana .nss mnson as to who should
ueveriueiess, me writer was too uf thi3 city, that they were amazed,
busy along that line to pay mucheven though they had kept full re re-attentiou
attentiou re-attentiou to the rest. However, 1 1 ccrds of the number carried by their
would dare say that they would not
have been far in the rear when the
reckoning time came, for there wereiy
some pinders consumed during the!
Dr. and Mrs. Parramore, of Or
ange Springs, were week end visi-j
tors in our burg last week.
Mr. H. Rainer returned form Pa-ietore they would be up against the
latka the first of the week, where' same proposition again; and they at
he had been to consult a physician, once issued orders for plans that
but we are sorry that to learn that would cover- the increase for at least
he spent a very restless night last j twenty-five years, and at a cost far
evening. We trust that our good;above "hat the most liberal minded
friend will soon be up again, for we! a; first tbollht sufficient for the
miss both him and Mrs. Rainer in j present,
their accustomed places at prayer!
Mr. Henry Odom spent a few days!
with his sister, Mrs. J. H. Lanair.
J this week
Mr. Tyson Parramore is -up from
the Springs for a few days. Tyson lanta, where they have spent, the j
is a jolly young man and we are al-lpast four months visiting relatives;
ways glad to hear the echo of his; and friends.
voice among that of his voung
friends and his face is like a ray of
sunshine to those who chance to be
in his company. We are sorry to
know that he has almost entirely for-
Mr. and Mrs. George Kingsley,
Miss Othello Cassels and Messrs.
Mike and Charlie Cassels were visit
ins Jir. ana .wrs. narp, auuu).
They also attended Sunday school
in tv. o ffomnnn Wo waro rla-i tn
ill 1,1 1. J LA w V.
see-them come in and hope they will
continue their attendance.
Miss Oldia Hinson spent
days with Mrs. J. X. Brinson last
Mrs. F. M. Ham. Mrs. I. M. Hin
! ton and Master Oris Hinson. spent
j the afternoon at Ft. McCoy last;
Mr. I. M. Hinson made a flying
trip to Fort McCoy Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. Ethon Hinson and
two children were in our burg Sun
can matcn li eisewnere iur
your money back. :-: :-:
day. We were glad to see them all
at Sunday school. They came down
Sunday morning and spent the day
with Mr. and Mrs. Harp.
Tom Brown, one of our colored
citizens, had the misfortune to 'lose
his horse Saturday afternoon. He
was hauling a load of hickory from
the swamp when the animltl be became
came became frightened and gave a lurch,
throwing Tom from hi3 position in
the wagon, some few feet in the road.
The horse was nearly blind and in
his speed he ran against a tree and
broke his neck. We sympathize at
trroot H on 1 "w ? r V T r m r ,2 tnc onrl I
1 V.UI U VU Willi AVS lAi I J.-1 4 VS O O CI U
trust he will soon be able to replace
the horse with a better or at least a
mor safe one.
Transportation Lines Desire to IJuild
for the Future and Ask for
Tallahassee, Oct. 2. The matter
of construction of a new union pas passenger
senger passenger station at Jacksonville came
on for further consideration before
the Florida railroad commission yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, at which time Morton Riddle,
' for the Jacksonville Terminal Com Company,
pany, Company, appeared and stated that the
i iuainitude of the work made it nee-
essary for further time to complete
and submit plans, and asked that
they be given until "November 15,
which was granted.
It is believed from this request
for more time, because of the "mag "magnitude
nitude "magnitude of the work," that the new
terminal .station in Jacksonville will
be larger than first contemplate!
n is said that when the officials
made a close study of the growth of
: passenger transportation in and out'Q nt vr t v nnor at uv.n.
individual roads, and knew how
many were passing tnrouga annual-
When the full realization of the
fgures obtained dawned upon them,
they decided that they must build
bigger, at once, or it would be pos-
sibly a question of a few years only
Lake Weir, Oct. 1. Mrs. E. G.
Camp and daughter. Miss Myrtice,
: returned a few days ago from At-
Miss Tiilie Pasteur entertained
the thimble clui last Tuesday, 'and
-in addition to the lady club members
present were Dr. H. W. Henry and;
Mr. Daid Kirkland, who were invit
ed to meet Mr. Butler of Xew Zea-
Ian d. who motored down from Ocala
! v i; ;.!ra. Chanes Cullen and two
' bright Loys. Mr. Butler is a very
; unci coimS uuuv-j
to the pleasure of the evening by
ansffprin? the hundred an J one
questions asked him about Xew Zea
; land. J
The public school opened Monday j
: morning with an enrollment of;
thirty pupils which will be increased!
'to thirty-five or forty before thei
week is out. Capt. H. W. Henry,
Mr. Robert Martin and Mr. Henry:
: Morrison, the trustees, and several
: Morrison, the trustees, and several
. ladies were present to encourage me
; teacher and children.
Mrs. E. A.
Revels of Lake City
; Saturday to take charge of the
1 school, and
is very favorably Im
pressed with the outlook for a good
attendance and the enthusiasm and
cooperation of the patrons of the;
school. Mrs. Revels say3 the child
ren are among the brightest and
Sest disciplined she has ever taught, j
Mrs. J. G. Sparlin is entertaining!
her sister, Mrs. Ray of Columbia, S. I
C, for a week or two.
Cotton Plant, Oct. 1. We are
having come fine weather, rather
warm, but fine for savins hav.
Miss Carrie Barco returned last
j Wednesday from a very pleasant
stay of two weeks in Ocala, with
Mrs. M. L. Reynolds.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal and Mrs
A. W. Woodward came up Saturday
night from Istachatta. Mr. Veal re
turned Monilav. Mrs. Veal will
suend several cays here, and then
go into Ocala to spend a week. j
Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
:ame out Saturday morning and :
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. V
R. Veal. They returned to Ocala Buckingham, Oct. i. We are
Monday on the noon train, accom-, haviES some very warm weather and
ranied by Mrs. C. R. Veal. wiU be glad when it turns a little
Messrs. Woodward and Veal were cooler v
business visitors to Ocala Tuesday-! :,Ir- T- R- Ellis, Santa Vivas and
Mr. J. L. Parker is having a siege wife motored over to Fort Myers Sat Sat-of
of Sat-of malaria. We hope he will sooniturday afternoon,
recover. j ir- Millie Wilson and family are
Master Vance Ferguson, of Berlin,' going to move to Olga soon. We
attended Sunday school here Sunday, 1 shall miss them very much,
armmnanied bv our efficient teacher.1 Misses Gladys Cotton, Lena Thorn-
Miss Flcrence Cork.
Next Sunday is
preaching daj We hope for a good' Mr- aca -urs--ms were ine
congregation. Sunday school at 10 quests of Mrs. S. Vivas Saturday evr
rVlrflr nnrl srvipfs at. 11 o'clock, ening.
KKXimiCIv W. C. T. L
The regular meeting of the Wo
j man.g christian Temperance Union
was neld Friday afternoon at the
Illicit.. i lici c aa icij q
teniance and two visitors present.
The vice-president, Mrs. J. B. jitter won and we all congratulate
Webb, presided over the meeting. him on giving such an interesting.. :
Opening song The Home Guard; talk.
and White Ribbon Rally Song. Quite a crowd of young folk at--
Scripture reading, Luke 8, chap-jtended the meeting at Olga Sunday,
ter 1 to 18. The school is getting along nicely v
Prayer-r-Mrs. .B. C. Webb. under the management of Prof.
Roll call. Warren, principal, and Miss Erinson,
Secretary's report of previous assistant.
mpptin" rpad and annroved. Mr. David Hall and son, Lloyd,
The committee appointed at the; were m 1 1. .viyers bnoppmg aaiur aaiur-previous
previous aaiur-previous meeting reported that pock-- day.
ets containing free temperance read-; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ellis 'visited
ing had been placed in both waiting'Mr. D. Hall and family Sunday.
rooms at the station. i Mrs. Andersen is on the sick list.
It was decided to furnish The We regret this very much.
Young Crusader to the teacher of; Most all of the babies In Bucking Bucking-jks
jks Bucking-jks Kenfri-k school, and Mrs. J. J.jhara have the whooping cough.
Guthrie and Mrs. W. B. Livingston 1. Mr. Edwin -Hall and Miss Brinson
were appointed a special committee wer out for a drive Sunday after after-to
to after-to lock after the temperance work noon. Xow we are afraid he is go-
amo'ng the children in the Kenlrick
The time of meeting was changed ;
to three o'clock the second and
fourth Thursday afternoons of each i
better suiting the conven-
' ience of the majority of members.
i On account of lack of time the
study lesson in the life of Miss Fran
ces E. Willard was postponed until
The hostess" served delicious ice
cream and cake at the close of the
Our next meeting will be held
Thursday afternoon, October 9th, in
iiie -WetnoQlst. cnurcn. a euruiai
: invitation is extended to all.
Julia H. Webb, Press Supt.
OPEX ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie
A lot of new Hart, Schaffner &
- Mark suits just in at Waterman's
They're the very
' Come and look then over. 9-22-tf
j V OCALA, FLORID V V
TRYING TO OBTAIN
A HEW TRIAL
Attorneys for Frank Allege Preju
dice and Over a Hundred
Atlanta, Oct. 2. Allegations in
jsupport of their motion for a new
ial for Leo M. Frank, convicted of
the murder of Mary Phagan, were
fc"CJ utuu me
i iy counsel ior iranK yesterday, une
j hundred and fifty counts charging
. errors are recited. Prejudice is al
leged on the part of the two jury-
deal with the character of testimony
introduced at the trial.
as and Master Rollin Arndt are at-
tending school at Fort Myers.
Ir- Marlowe and family were vis
iting Mrs. John Gerald, Sunday.
The literary society's program was
excellent last Friday evening. The
debate was very interesting. Mr.
? Henry Thomas', subject was "Educa-
tion is of greater value than money,
His onnonent was Mr. Edwin Hall
J whose subject was, "Money is ot a-.
' greater value than education." The
ing to cause trouble between some
of the girls. So look out Ed!
CIIAPTElt XO. 1. R. A. 31.
tegulir convocations of the Ocala
jchapter Xo. 1
,R. A. M., on the
f.urlli Friday in every month al
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CO.VCORD1A LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal
America meets in Yongp
.second Thursday er
each month. Geo. L. TaT
Chas. K- Sage, Secrets
WOODMEN OP T
- Foit King Cam
jYonge's Hall at
. Friday. Visit)
Chas. K. J
TWO THE OCALA EVENING 3TAR, THl'RSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913
ARE NOT EXCITEI
X l!(;n't Consider that People at Eagle
Masons meet tonight.
Moose meet this evening.
Ribbons, feathers and all kinds of
hat trimmings at Klein's. 10-1 tf
Mr. C. O. Harris left today for a
business trip to Palatka.
Clyde Pooser of Ocala was visiting
. friends in the city the latter part of
the week. Gainesville Sun.
TO SELL. HIS CAR
The millinery at Klein's 13 unsur unsurpassed
passed unsurpassed in Ocala. Call and see. 10-1-lf
When they make "better shoes" at
the "same price," you will find them
at Little's Shoe Parlor. 10-2-6t
You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the latest soft
hats and derbies. 9-22-tf
An advertisement in the Star has
drawn the following reply:
Mr. Star Office "Auto" Wanted: I
gott von goot automobill. The engine
sometimes no run mutch goot, but
the auto like hell will run down hill,
and more hill the more like hell it
will go. If you very mutch like to
see the outfits I vill mit pleasure
show you to itt. Hans Einrich.
I sell cheep for kash.
ANOTHER NICE COTTAGE
TO BE ERECTED
The friends of Mr. W. J. Frink
will be sorry to learn that he is sick
-with fever at his home in Levon.
Those pretty hats at Klein's must
be seen to be appreciated. 10-1 tf
All the stores belonging to our
Jewish merchants are close'd jtoday
in celebration of their New Year.
A license to fill prescriptions is
not all perfection demands. Perfect
quality of ingredients, absolute ac accuracy
curacy accuracy in compounding, a complete,
fresh, well-kept stock these are all
necessary to prescription perfection.
You get- them all at Gerig's drug
Let us show you the "New-Ist"
shoes for fall and winter at Little's
Shoe Parlor. 10-2-6t
Ribbons, feathers and all kinds of
hat trimmings at Klein's. 10-1 tf
1 Mr. Bruce Meffert and a friend
came over yesterday afternoon from
-Palatka with two new Ford touring
cars, both of which Mr. Meffert has
The millinery at Klein's is unsur unsurpassed
passed unsurpassed in Ocala. CaSi-aBdsee. 10-1-tf
Mr. Jamj?S Pvles, who was so
badly bafsed up a? week ago when
his automobile fapsized with him,
was gut, today a4d has gone back on
.the ifoad for Mr.ljake Brown. x
Ar-awCearing black? If so, see
the pretty fourteen button boot for
ladies in mourning at Little's Shoe
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fuller and Mr.
R. C. Miller of Mount Dora are at
the Harrington for a few days. They
are traveling in their fine' Stevens Stevens-Duryea
Duryea Stevens-Duryea car.
The Star is informed that Mr.
Charles Rheinauer will build a cot cottage
tage cottage on his lot between Fort King
avenue and South Second street, the
new house to be in the rear of his
present residence. With the new
house that Judge W. S. Bullock is
erecting on the back of his lot and
the two houses just completed by
Miss Meta Jewett on the block ad adjoining
joining adjoining Mr. Rheinauer, this street
i3 being rapidly converted into one
of our most desirable residence sections.
Pass are in Any Danger
Washington, Oct. 2. Army offic officials
ials officials say the situation at Piedras Ne Ne-gras,
gras, Ne-gras, while interesting, is by no
means serious, nor does it threaten
to involve hostilities between Am Americans
ericans Americans and Mexicans at, that point.
Major Caldwell, commanding the
American troops at Eagle Pass, Tex.,
and the constitutionalists' officers at
Piedgrp Xegras arranged that the
constitutionalists would not attempt
to destroy either of the two inter-!
national bridges there. This was de-j
mandei on the ground that the
bridges were necessary trf insure the
safety of Americans and other for foreign
eign foreign residents in Piedras Xegras.
The instructions to Gen. Bliss would
not operate to prevent American
troops from returning any fire that
might be directed upon them from
the Mexican side,' such as might be
incident to the use of force to de defend
fend defend the bridges and keep them
Gen. Bliss was authorized at his
own request to take care of any Mex
ican wounded on either side that
might come across the river. The
authorization was quite sufficient to
warrant the general in taking under
his care the six carloads of wounded
constitutionalists reported to have
been sent across the Rio Grande by
the fleeing rebels.
Absolutely the best. Xo condensed
milk used. Pint 25 cents, quart 40
cents, gallon, packed, $1.50. Deliv Delivered
ered Delivered to any part of the city.
X B. Orders for gallons and over
must be booked not less than four
hours before deliver'. Any flavor
can be furnished in gallons or more.
Vanila and chocolate always on hand.
"The Store Accommodating." Phone
A small runabout automobile;
must be in fair condition and cheap.
Apply to "Auto," Star office. 10-1-tf
OPEN DAY AND tJIGIIT
Merchant's Cafe, A'. C. L. depot
corner Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. AdV
In buying drugs here you are al always
ways always sure of tested quality abso absolute
lute absolute purity standard strength, be because
cause because you're entitled to them. Gerig's
drug stores. 9-20-tf
Serious sickness calls- for a con consultation
sultation consultation with your doctor at once.
The next step s to take his prescrip prescription
tion prescription straight to the Court Pharmacy,
where it will be filled right. 9-26-tf
They are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
and John B. Stetson hats at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's haberdasher'. 9-22-tf
Mr. F. W. Ditto left this morning
for Jacksonville, to visit his sick
brother and attend to some business
affairs. Mr. Raiford Ditto, who has
been sick so long, is slowly but
All the late shapes and shades in
men's fall hats are just in at Water Waterman's.
man's. Waterman's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf
Those pretty hats at Klein's must
be seen to be appreciated. 10-1 tf
Ribbons, 'feathers and all kinds of
hat trim mings at Klein's. 10-1 tf
Mr. H. S. Chambers has just re received
ceived received a lot of handsome new wheels,
in which he is offering some of the
best bargains ever brought to Ocala.
One noticeable improvement is a
button on the guard of each rear
tire, said button being made of a
metal that catches the gleam of a
light and sends back a flash in re return,
turn, return, going a long way towards in insuring
suring insuring the rider against being rtin
down by an auto at' night.
SULZER IS ALL IN
-Albany, X. Y., Oct. 2. The as assembly
sembly assembly board of managers yesterday
rested their case in the trial of the
impeachment of Gov. William Sul Sul-zer.
zer. Sul-zer. The high court then adjourned
until today, when counsel for the
governor will submit several prelim preliminary
inary preliminary motions for the court to decide
before opening the case for the de defense.
fense. defense. These disposed of, counsel
will ask permission to take another
adjournment before calling their
PHYSICIAN FOR THE
STATE PRISON FARM
Tallahassee, Oce. 2. The board
of commissioners of state institutions
held a meeting this morning at
which was discussed the matter of
selecting a physician for the state
prison farm to be located in Brad Bradford
ford Bradford county, after January 1, 1914.
After consideration it was resolved
to be the sense of the board, and it
was so ordered, that when the board
selects such physician it will require
him to give his entire time to ad administering
ministering administering medical attention to the
Inmates of the said state prison farm
and that the board will furnish the
physician, who is selected, a house,
and will pay him a salary of $1800
KNIGHTS OF PYTHL1S
UK LADIES "WHO
AT OUR DEMONSTRATION
PRONOUNCED IT THE
ORDER A TIN TODAY AND
SEE IF THEY ARE NOT
ONE, TWO AND THREE
We will have a surprise for
PHONES 16 and
Mr. J. D. McCaskill, the contrac contractor,
tor, contractor, has finished his work in Web Webster,
ster, Webster, and is now at home, giving at attention
tention attention to his Ocala building operations.
Mr. W. A. Seymour, after a trip
of several months duration, in which
he went as far west as El Paso, is
Mr. D. E. Mclver, second vice
president of the Florida Undertakers
Association, will leave Sunday for
Jacksonville where he will join the
other officers of the association, and
in a body they will attend the nation national
al national convention of undertakers, which
convenes next week in Milwaukee.
Before returning Mr. Mclver will
Mr. Fred Magaw returned last
night from Chicago. Fred looks well
and happy. He informs the Star
that it is hl3 intention to go into the
cattle and hog business extensively,
having associated himself with other
gentlemen in a firm under the name
of the Florida Stock Growers' and
Land Association, which will aid in
further developiag Marion county's
resources in-mportant industry.
OUTC7 VILS CLOSE
A. C. Vj 5:05 a.
12:45 p. t V vrio a.
2:10 p. mf x j p. m.
S. A. VoC" T P- m-
4:10 p. m ) 12:50
p. m.; 9 p "SS. I
STAR in and
Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
Masons meet tonight.
Comes Back to School.
Greet her with a fresh box
of the kind or assortment she
likes best. The HUYLER
list is a large one all good
kinds but you know her
favorite among the following:
Bonbons and Chocolates.
My Favorites and 1 pound Ye
Old-Fashioned Chocolate Creams.
Chocolate Cocoanut Bars.
' Chocolate Peppermints 20c, 40c.
Fresh Every Hour Mixture.
Pink Wrapper (Vanilla) Choco Chocolate.
late. Chocolate. Take a box with yoito yoito-day.
day. yoito-day. Just out of an ice-cold
rspecial refrigerator7 case.
They'll come to you as fresh
and crisp as if just from the
famous Huyler's factory.
T. W. troxlcr
' i f
TOP TTJ n nrw
11 m -iew M
Brown Sheetings ."Drills
6prtufturg,S.C Jtoy 10th,19&
Qentlaaani 1 :
' After ooaplatlng our Tillage t Vav lollaad,
0., W sprlanted with son hlf dosa various brand
of paint toy dividing our Tlllaga up Into ootlona of
tan fcouaaa aaob. and painting oaon tan with a different
On on aaetlon of tan nodaaa wo nsad Lead -and
Oil (the other fire eeotlons we used paints aostlw
us ad in this ssctlonand considered to be the leading
After elgh't years-wo" find that the ten oot oot-tags
tags oot-tags covered with "JUSTZO PATJT are in batter oondl .,
tlon and stood the test batter than' any of the others
en Including Lead and fUl. Vill say further that the
houses were all of the same architecture veatherboarded
with long leaf yellow pins of the sans grade having
a ana exposure to the suni that Is, none of then were
partially protected by shade treee9 but fully expoeed.
We are well pleased with the results of the
X1STX0 PaXXT and oah heartily reoowaend eaas9to any
one who is a buyer
raw QuST MAVUFaCTURZIO 00
Won but over' all other
Paint in-Longest Endurance
' "A -
; I r t ' " r- . s
"THE PafcoUt Mfg. Co, of Spartanburg, S. C
J are large paint-users and are very careful
, in selecting the best paint money can buy.
In order to determine which paint would stand
the test of tune, they painted some sixty hoi
for an eieht-year endurance test, usinz
leading brands.- Read this letter, it proves tha:
MASTIC PAINT stood the test that tells)
Prtfit fcy lb Exrfesss cf Pcca Ciai Ccr
: Don't experiment with unknown Painl
don t have to MastiC faint is a certainty;
and has been the standard of excellence for
MastiC Paint never vanes in quality, it always
assures the best possible results. It is guar
anteed for Absolute Purity by its makers,
PeasI e e-Ga ulbert Co- of Louisville, Ky- and
we can recommend it highly to our customers.'
."Homes and How To Paint Them,1 also
color card showing 45 color combinations.
For $5 we will rent you,, guaranteed by us3 in good condi condi-dition,
dition, condi-dition, an understroke model SMITH PREMIER
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OKDEIt OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL. ELECTION'
Notice is hereby given that a spe special
cial special election is hereby called for the
purpose of electing a councilman
from ward two, city of Ocala, to fill
the unexpired term of Dr. J. W.
Hood, resigned. Said election will
be held at the city hall on the 7th
day of October, A. D. 1913.
I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
H. H. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Mathews
ews Mathews as inspectors, and E. E. Robia Robia-son
son Robia-son as clerk of said election.
In witness whereof I have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set my hand as mayor of the city
of Ocala, this the 21st day. of August,
A. D. 1913. J. D.' Robertson,
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
DISTANCE JIAKES NO
DIFFERENCE IN DELIVERY
However far away you live, phone
your arders to us because our deliv deliv-ery
ery deliv-ery service is speedy and prompt.
You can get all your drug store
goods quickly and easily. Our big
stock assures you of receiving what
you ask for. That's why it is not
even necessary for us to practice
substitution. Besides, we don't be believe
lieve believe in it and never do it. Phone
your order to get what you want
quickly. Our number i3 2S4. The
Court Pharmacy. 9-26-tf
MISS CECILE DOWNS
Teacher of Voice Culture
Residence 701 Earl street; phon'e
412. Fall term begins Sept. 29,
1913. Pupils may enroll at any
Call at the S'
THE OCALA EVEXIXU STAR. I IIIDAV, OCTOBER 3, 1913
There's a world of satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction in buying Uneeda Biscuit
because you know you will
get what you want soda
crackers that are oven-fresh,
crisp, clean, appetizing and
Uneeda Biscuit are always uniform
in quality they are always alike
in crispness, in flavor they are
soda crackers you can depend
upon. And all because Uneeda
Biscuit are uncommon soda crack crackers
ers crackers packed in an uncommon way way-Five
Five way-Five cents everywhere in the
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
particular bacteria. Conse Conse-.
. Conse-. it lehooves us to make
r-urroundings conductive to
Akin lt& JPlurinilbei
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & GAS FITTING
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is an strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
J. W. AKIN
Phone 383 or 233 S. Osceola St. Oca la, Fla.
R. C. MUNCASTER
Ocala House Block
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The L. C. Smith Bros. Ball bearing.
Service Can You
Get From Your Typewriter?
It's what a machine does, not what it costs, that is
All typewriters do not have the same efficiency and the
same operator does not get the same result on every writing
The L. C. SMITH & BROS. Typewriter
will produce ten to twenty per cent. more work than any
other typewriter ever made.
How is this possible?
Here are a few reasons:
1. It is ball-bearina through Out othprc s nif
All operations are controlled from the keyboard.
It is the lightest touch machine made.
It does not "smut" the carbon.
The ribbon reverses automatically.
The type is so protected that it is not battered by
One motion of the hand returns the carriage and
operates the line space.
It has an inbuilt biller and tabulator.
No trouble to write on paper as small as a post postage
age postage stamp.
It is built for service.
Tin liiolouy of Servant l'uritication
;ti l tin Function of 1 1 it- Septic
lij (ieorse T. Palmer, U.S.. San Sanitary
itary Sanitary lle.-earch Laboratory of the
Ma.-.-achusetts Institute or" Tech Technology.
nology. Technology. So extensively has the se;iic tank
been advertised as a method of sew sewage
age sewage di.posal within the past few
years that the mistake is apt to be
made of regarding this process as a
complete and satisfactory method in
itself. A slight familiarity with the
exact function of the septic tank will
readily convince one that such is not
Let us first understand the pur purpose
pose purpose of any sewage disposal method.
Sewage is merely that portion of a
communitie's waste matter that is
carried away through underground
sewers. While street wash, waste
water from sinks and bath tubs, and
manufactured wastes are generally
present in city sewage, the offensive
element is partially decomposed
urine and feces from man and ani animals.
mals. animals. Matter of this character is
odoriferous and repugnant to the
sen.-e of sight and smell. Further Furthermore,
more, Furthermore, it may contain the germs or'
disease from the bodies of people
coxiTiMiting to the sewers.
!"(.: th"se three reasons, there therefore,
fore, therefore, sewage must be taken care of.
(1) so that disease germs will no:
have opportunity to come in con contact
tact contact with man and animals. '2 I so
: the smell will not reach populated
'districts, and so that the char-
aeteri.-Jie paper and sediment will
, not betray i',u former associations
! of t h.- liouid.
Tine screens or
ba.-i ;i -; will rc'iiov e
. rrial That offends :!
sewage its muddy a j
Tl'.' smell m; v '.
! oxidizing the offensive metier. Free
acre- of air is t herefore provided by
' let? insr the sewage trickle over sev sev-j
j sev-j eral feet of c rushed stones, clinker
i or any course, no; easily soluable
I material. Or sewage may run thru
'sand where active oxidation is as-t
! sisted by some straining action. The
owage may even be sprayed into,
the air or have air bubbles thru it.
i The disease germs are partially j
lemoved during the various process-;
es just mentioned, but to reduce
their number to a minimum and
make the ewage effulent as low in
bacterial numbers as the body of
water into which it empties, some
very tine straining method must be j
used or else a substance ad. led that ;
will act as a poison to the germs. J
All sewage disposal plants are j
therefore designed to accomplish
these three objects to some degree, j
and the ideal plant is one that will J
remove the suspended matter, oxi-
dize the soluble matter, and kill the!
It would necessitate a vast anion ut
of tabulating to record the various
devices and combination of devices
now in use in sewage disposal prac practice.
tice. practice. It is safe to state, however,
that no two communities have iden identical
tical identical systems, either in the devices
used or in the degree of purification
Just what part does the septic
til the bacterial laborers
-u men work on it
oxygen must be sup-
nis oroKen down or2:anif
ki: this must be delaved un-
have fin fin-and
and fin-and have
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AND ELECTRICAL WORK
bror.irnt it to the stage where the
finishing touches can be applied, i :
Fmphasis must be laid on the fact
that this '"breaking down" action of
the bacteria means both a phvsical
and a chemical destruction. Coarse
matter becomes finally divided, and
complex chemical substances be-;:
come changed into many elementarv
ones. j .t.
After the oxygen in solution :'
unites with the simplest organic ma- ;
oxygen in combination KlZllllZl
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-n we employ none but experts we are In position to guarantee CT.
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with other elements, such as nit-j
rates, sulphates, etc.. is loosened to I
unite with matters that gasify and
leave the liquid, as carbon dioxide
and carbon monoxide.
When the available oxygen has
been practically eliminated from the
liquid, then the septic or putrid con- j
! dition exists. j
: The danger of an overseptic con condition
dition condition must be warned against, i
; Much better is it to shorten the di-!
gesting period rather than prolong
it. In a tank where the bottom de-J
j posit is constantly washed bv the
.incoming sewage and toxic or poi-!
sonous substances thereby prevent-;
' ed from accumulating, a semi-septic
stage is most satisfactory, as a num-'
ber of destructive bacteria which re- j
quire some oxygen can also labor,
here at advantage. j
Consequently the scum formed by
jtlie lighter suspended matter rising'
to the surface is not necessary to the j
successful septic tank and actually:
( becomes a source of trouble by grow-!
ing large enough to materially de-!
crease the capacitv of the tank
i tie meal condition exists w nen i
';be inorganic matter only is deposit-!
, e! in the bottom of the tank and the'
Pu'dy divide,d organic matter is con-,
srantly passing out in the effluent.!
Mi oner storage periods will ivc-om
, i:s!i tins result an I accumulating i
sediment is thereby reduced to a
To better understand the changes'
rn.lergono by organic matter in its
decomposition and the part played,
by bacteria, reference may be made j
:o the diagram representing the
"cvcle" of "'organic matter."
Man and other animals eat food j
and convert it into excreta, a muchl
less complex condition. Hacteria j
oats this excreta as their food and!
make it over into mineral solutions.'
Plants feed upon this mineral matter
and thereby build up their own body
issue, which becomes food for an animals.
imals. animals. Thus animals, bacteria and plants
mutually assist eax-h other in their
struggle for existence.
If animal life were eliminated
from the earth, bacteria would have
a difficult time in finding easily di digested
gested digested food. Cntouched by man,
horse, earthworm, etc.. plant life
would be coarse fare for bacteria.
I-'liminating bacterial life would be
fatal, however, as plants are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely unable to live upon animal animal-food
food animal-food or excreta. Their nourishment
must of necessity be in a mineral
form. Xow. if we suppose the earth
to be deprived of all plant life, then
animals would have to live on each
other which would soon result in a
speedy depopulation of animal life
beginning with the smaller and
Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:
-. - 12.50
Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.
YR.WSFER AXD FIKKI'KOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
i and Heavy Hauling.
f urniture, Pianos
-j 3 aggage Service
Superior to Pteste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
At This Period Use All
Safeguards ior Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice ice-your
your ice-your food, conserves your health, increases
you good in ways too numerous to mention-money.
-our ice. It preserves
your pleasure, does
-and all for a little
tank play in the purification lro!i- j weaker forms.
lem? The septic tank is merely a; The septic tank. then, is a de de-container
container de-container that facilitatf.-s the septic ; tractive furnace or disintegrator,
process. The septic process consists jjt demolishes complex organic mat-
I in bacterial activity in the absence ter making it into simpler chemical
of oxygen resulting in the ronver- sulistanres. It has a mechanical ac-
-ion of solids to liquid. When t n e t ion in converting bulkv matter into
ox- a finely divided state and partially
i- OCALA ICE &. PACKING CO.
Get my prices on that new Hungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or School House. Mj- prices are Right, my
J. O. IVffeCASKllLJL,
I O. Box 330
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
'If I do it, it's don- Right.'
sewage is left to stagnate, th
sen dissolved in the water i
used up in burning (oxidizing) the
carbonaceous and nitrogenous mat matter
ter matter present.
Sewage in the first place is not a
simple substance, but must first be
eaten and split apart by the bacteria.
In passing thru the bodies of the
bacteria it is more elementary than
when it entered. Similarly human
excrement is more elementary
character than the food that is eat eaten.
en. eaten. The first group of bacteria pass passes
es passes the food on to another group
which in turn selects desired ma material
terial material and then passes it on to the
next class. As this material be becomes
comes becomes less complex it more readily
unites with the oxygen either to be
'burned' and pass into the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere as a gas, or to remain in solu solution
tion solution as a carbonate, sulphate or
nitrate. Solid matter is thus par partially
tially partially changed over to a liquid and
But why is it necessary to exclude
oxygen during this process? As
lorn: as the matter nms: be oxodized.
m ; its
IP Fin ting
ill at the STAR JOB OFFICE
hv not ive it all The oxysen
stand and as fa-: as ;; can be used?
Because there are types of bacteria
that cannot do this destructive work
in the presence of oxygen. Human
beings do not thrive :n the presence
of carbon dioxide or ammonia. A
hot. sultry day i to the human be be-ins
ins be-ins what ar. excess of oxygen is to
into solution. It kills out some of
the disease germs that enter.
If successfully operated .there .therefore,
fore, .therefore, a septic tank makes sewage less
obnoxious to look upon. On the
other hand, it intensifies the smell
and has little effect on the germs.
Obviously the septic tank is not a
complete process in itself. It is.
however, a good preparatory school.
products are crude and unfinish
ed but promising. Additional train training
ing training meets receptive ground and pro progress
gress progress is rapid.
To run a septic effluent of con considerable
siderable considerable volume into a small stream
would befoul the stream and enor enormously
mously enormously increase its bacterial content.
Added to a large stream, the effluent
would undoubtedly find sufficient
dissolved oxvgen in the water to
subdue its odor, but even here withj
ereat dilution, the disease germs are i
being added to the water in large
numbers, and communities so doing
are menacing the health of others
below who come in contact with the
waters of the stream.
Septic sewage taxes the oxidizing
pn.vv-r of a stream more than an
equal amount of untreare-I sewage
'..ecav.e of th-"- rapidity of its union
.v--h oxygen. Unless the stream is
wll supplied with oxygen this sud sud-ien
ien sud-ien severe drain will exhaust the
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for yourwnl
t Ocala i
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne- x
cessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Laundry
402-101 S. Main Street
TATT T A TT 7 A T1 I
75 Cents Per Crate Delivered.
Cash Must Accompany Orders.
J. D. BAUGH, Winter Haven, Fla.
You should use our Unclass Unclassified
ified Unclassified Column to place your
needs before the public.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, Fill PAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(I: voj have any items for this department call phone I'.uj)
Mrs. Aver Ilote-s of Auction (Tub
Mr.-:. Cilfford Ayer was the loreij
hostess entertaining the Young La-;r at Alachua.
die Auction Club this afternoon at jhonie in a day or
vith relatives at Lake
ari now visiting a sister o
its regular weekly meeting
morns in which the four tables were :
arranged contained many pretty! Mr.-,
flowers and .scores were marked on j vire 1 to
Mi-. SMrunk Honon-d
S. T. Sistrunk ha.s been in-
ueliver an adure.-.s beiore
hand-tainted chrysanthemum tally; the sixth annual convention of the;
cards, the work of the artistic host-j Mississippi to Atlantic Inland Water- j
way Association wnicn conevene.s in :
Palatka Nov. K.-17. Mrs. Si-trunk j
who has been an active waterway ad-
vocate for several years, has accept-j
ed the invitation and will hae as j
her subject, Conservation." j
The sixteen players included Mrs.
L. M. Gibson, Mrs. Albert Gerig. Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer, Miss Alice Bell
of Norfolk, Va., and the following
members, Misses Bessie MacKay,
Iiettie Mclver, Eugenia Fuller, Fan-- j
ny Robinson, Minnie Stovall, Marie Danh-K-W illiams VMldin To-tpoiKMl
von Engelken, Mary Burford, Hope; The following taken from the Bos- j
Robinson, Adele Bittinger, Clara lon Herald, will be read by many in- j
Stetson Fniversity and has many ;
friends throughout the state and in :
IMiilat !ia Banqui-t Tonight
The Philathea class, which now
: has a membership of fifty or more.
will have a banquet tonight at eight
' o'clock in the annex of the Baptist,
church, which has been artistically
; decorated for the occasion. The only
married people who will be present
are Rev. and Mrs. Stevens, Dr. an 1
: Mrs. E. Van Hood. Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Ooin and Mr. and Mrs. YV. T.
Mand Party fr MUs Brook.
A pleasant affair of the week was
the picnic at Tate Island given on
Thursday evening for Miss Ernestine
Brooks of Ocala. the attractive guest
of Miss Roily McMullen. Going over
in a launch about four o'clock, the
party enjoyed the delightful .surf
bathing and a delicious lunch after afterward,
ward, afterward, returning home about- eight
o'clock. Clear w a t e r N e w s
Johnson, Lydia McDoughal and An Annie
nie Annie Atkinson.
At the conclusion of the games of
auction, Mrs. Ayer served her guests
to ice cream, angel food and gold
cake. The regular club prize was
given and the visitor's prize was a
dainty bar pin.
The guests enjoyed very much!
their first meeting with Mrs. Ayer
at her cottage on South Second
Mr. YV. T. Taylor and Miss Mamie
Taylor had as their guest recently an
uncle, Mr. Mayo, of YYhittier. N. C.
Mrs. Newman and baby and Miss
Josephine Williams have returned to
Bartow, atfer a pleasant visit with
their sister-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Will Williams
iams Williams at Charlotte, who was formerly
Miss Pauline Sullivan of this city.
Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall and
son, Mr. Wallace Stovall of Tampa,
expect to sail Sunday from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for New York, where they will
spend the next few weeks.
Whiie Miss Ella Tydings is in St.
Augustine she expects to let the con contract
tract contract for the erection of a house on
her lot recently purchased on Anas Anas-tasia
tasia Anas-tasia Island.
Newsom is convalescing
a case of salivation.
Dr. Y. V
" The wedding of Miss Annie Mary
Williams, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Gardner Richard Williams of Ocala,
Fla., and Second Lieutenant Harold
C. Daniels of the marine corps, sta stationed
tioned stationed at Charleston navy yard, has
i been postponed until June, on ac ac-i
i ac-i count of Lieutenant Daniels severe
illness. It was to have taken place
on Thursday evening at the home of
. Lieutenant Commander and Mrs.
Yancey S. Williams, at the navy
yard, where Miss Williams has been
visiting during the summer. Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Daniels is at the naval hos hos-i.iial
i.iial hos-i.iial in Chelsea, suffering with an
attack of malaria and rheumatism."
Miss Williams is the lovely niece;
of Mrs. Harry Do.ier and a grand-
daughter of the hitter's father, the j
late T. S. Williams of Columbia. S. ;
: Mrs. Charles Shaw lias returned to!
, her home in Ocala after a short visit j
'with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Ahrens. j
Gainesville Sun. i
; Mr. Carlton Irvin, who has been j
;the pianist at the Temple all sum-j
! nier, has resigned his position to at-;
j tend school, and MiTMyrtle Hickey j
; of Lake Weir, is now furnishing de-
ilightful music each'ev ening. j
j Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry of j
i Lake Weir were in Ocala yesterday j
iii:lpi; the lip.kaky
The members of the Women's Li Library
brary Library Association have begun to car carry
ry carry out their plans for the winter's
work, and are receiving substantial
Mr. R. T. Adams of the Ocala
House has donated the free Use of
the beautiful palm garden at the rear
of the Board of Trade room, and it
will be used as a park for tourists
to rest and read in the bright sun sunshine
shine sunshine during the winter. The la ladies
dies ladies will serve tea in the garden
from time to time to raise money for
the library equipment.
Messrs. Seymour and Clifford
Anderson have volunteered to build,
doing the work themselves, a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful arbor leading from the rear
door of the Board of Trade to the
palm garden. These public-spirited
gentlemen have started the ball roll
ing for a great work.
.Mrs. Abbott. Dr. Peek and Messrs.
Harley. Harry Peter and McCorkle
are generously helping the good
work, and it is evident that this very
pretty garden is going to be a most
pleasant and popular spot this win winter,
ter, winter, and that the usefulness of the
library will be strengthened and
EVENED I P
Mrs. Mary Tucke
Fort King, had as
week and the first
niece from North Carolina
who lives on E. j ;
her guest last j Xews comes from the bedside ofj
of this week a ;jri? j Phillips in Jacksonville
jthat she is resting quietly. A week j
'l ago yesterday Mrs. Phillips was op-i
Fay: The Widow Dashaway's hus husband
band husband didn't leave her much when he
died, did he?
Ray: No: but he left her very
often when he was alive. Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Record.
The high school graduates next.
May will number an even twelve in including
cluding including the following who compose
the twelfth grade. Misses Theo and
Gladys Wallis, Gladys Martin. Nellie
Beckham, Lorayne Kemp. Annie
Pope Eagleton. Wenona Wetherbee.
Ilexie Todd. Alice Sexton. Messrs.
Robert MacKay, Homer Small and
erated on at Dr. C. P. Rogers' sani-
' tarium. The operation was a most j
critical one and the patient was on
the table three hours and afterwards
no hopes were given for her recov- j
cry. However she rallied and the
slightly encouraging news is being j
; warmly welcomed by the wide circle
of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips,:
I who until recently were residents of;
Mrs. Maude Home
and her mother. Mrs.
Mr. Bernard Koonce returned
afternoon from Aslieville. X
uid Mrs. Frank Teague of
Lady Lake were in Ocala between
trains yesterday afternoon.
where they ha-Ve been enjoying that
delightful climate for two months. I -j Ernestine
! from ber visit to St.
Mr. S. C. Hickel and family, who;
have been occupying the house next- juiian W. Sanders
to Mrs. T. H. Wallis on South Second
street, will move shortly to the cot cottage
tage cottage on South Fourth street now oc occupied
cupied occupied by Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Clark,
who will leave for Leesburg shortly
to make that city their future home.
Mrs. Arthur Cobb and pretty little
daughter Fanita. -who came as far as
Jacksonville last week with Mr.
Cobb, from the mountains of North
Carolina, have concluded a vb?it
Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
nrvvv vn THE BENNY HCG.
Vitagraph comedy, featuring
ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE
S. & A. western drama.
THE YAQFI CFR
A two-reel western feature by the
6:30 to 10 p. m.
and 10 Cents
been at Bay St. Louis, for some ;
months. returned yesterday, and
stopped on his way home to Brooks-j
ville to visit his brother. Mr. Frank ;
Mrs. S. E. Eraser and son Sam.'
left this morning for a visit to rela-
tives at Komoko. ;
Many people will be sorry to hear
that Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Southerland '.
will not return to Ocala. but will!
make their home in North Carolina.,
where Mr. Southerland has taken a j
position with the Seaboard. j
Mr. Glen Morgan has returnel;
from Illinois, where he spent the j
summer. He brings the good news
that the Goodwin family are doing j
well at their old home in Kansas,
where they have plantel a 2o-acre
Mr. Wilfred 1. Evans has arrived
from Bay St. Louis. .Miss., ana v;u
take a position in the law offices of
Mr. H. M- Hampton. Mr. Evans is a
friend and schoolmate of Mr. Frank
Sanders, and has taken a room with
Mr. Sanders at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. John Graham.
Mr. Will .Teffcoat went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last night and returned te 'av
with his wife and baby, who In
been absent for some months on
their summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Howarth of Ches Chester.
ter. Chester. Pa., announce the arrival of a
daughter. Mrs. Howarth before her
marriage was Miss Mary Stewart,
daughter of Judge and Mrs. I. A.
rtewart of DeLand. and a lawyer of
SEEMS TO BE POSTED
;; HEPt SI'IUECT
A little girl wrote the following
composition on men:
Men are what women marry.
They drink and smoke and swear,
but don't go to church. Perhaps if
NOW ON DISPLAY.
TODD & CO
NO FIT-NO PAY.
EARLY FALL HATS
New shapes and colors in Gloth Hats
Light weight and comfortable.
Rah-Rah, Telescope and Flat.
Complete Line of
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CAPS
All the new styles and patterns,
Snappy and popular.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
they wore bonnets they would. They THEATISICAIj SEASON
are more logical than women and j AT THE TEMPLE j
also more zoological. Both men and j
women sprung from monkeys, but! Manager Bennett has secured the;
the women sprung farther than the j following plays for the coming sea-1
men." London Opinion. Uon: i
: November j
1AI WAS OX DESClII PTION : 1? and j Kdisou Talking Pic-j
:Mth. "Bought and Paid For."
2 7. Local talent, benefit hospital. J
L'Sth. Bert Leigh in "The Little
Tommy: Pa, what would you call
Tommy's Pa: A motorcycle, my
son, is an ordinary bicycle driven
icrazv by an overindulgence in gaso
line. Xe vv b u r g h Xe vv s
I have a guaranteed piano tuner j
for a few days. Those wanting his;
services leave orders at my store at;
once. A. M. Lansford. f-30-5t j
:)0th. Coburn's Minstrels.
Nth. "The Barber of Seville.
K'.th. "The Leopard Spots."
lf.th. Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
2 2nd. QuoVadis.
i;:rd. Quo Vadis."
2 ith. "Quo Vadis."
T'.iey are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
ani John B. Stetson hats at Water-;
man's haberdashery. '.-22-tf
J. E. CH ACE
Rooms 9, 10. 11. Holder Block
L. F. B LA LOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
1. Divorce Question.
"The Shepherd of the Hills." i
17th. "Polly of the Circus."
2 0th. The Smart Set.
2 7th. "The Spring Maid."
1. Smart Set.
2 3rd. Evan's Honey Boy Min Min-trels.
trels. Min-trels. March
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
10th. "The Rose Maid."
10th- Paul Gilmore.
White Rose Delicacies
On hand for use in case of emergen-,
cies. If unexpected company comes
in she is prepared to serve a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon in a few minutes. A few sug suggestions:
gestions: suggestions: Olives, Pickles. Fruifs,
Fish. etc. Let us prove that we give
I'nequaled service and superior
Smith Grocery Co.
North of Ocala National Hank
i Do You Wear f
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
j The Ocala Lodge Xo. C99. Loyal
: Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
I evening at S o'clock in the Moose
ibuilding. Visiting brothers are in in-Ivited
Ivited in-Ivited to attend our meetings.
! Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
' E. L. Stapp. Secretary.
If you do they should always
be sKt!e.s and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty-
I D0DS0N & RENTZ.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
l. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
! A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
$ "' 7-5-tf
Attorney at Law
Will cure your Rheumatism
rTmlfHa. Headaches, Cramps,
office Second Floor Munroe and j Colic, Sprains. Braises, Cuts and
Chambliss Bank Building Burns, Old Sores. Stmgs of Insects
j lEtc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in-
ocm.a FLOtlD A fteraully and externally. Price 25c.
G. C. SHEPHARD,
D EXT I ST.
Holder Block. Rooms 9 and 10.
W. G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR 4NU BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FIJI.
prominence. She is an animnus o- i
THE OCA LA KVEXIXG STA It. FRIDAY. CTOIER tf. 1913
W. H. MARSH
Ciere Ciiles. J. L. Wiley, Frank 1 Gudson,
President Vice-President Cashier
A St. George Richardson, Assistant Cashier.
Do a General Banking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
of the Public.
Metropolitan Ruifding South Magnolia St
VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES
Atlantic Coast Line
J? S.zr rENSACOLA. FLA., and ret urn. Tickets on sale Oct. ISth, 19th
and 20th. Limited Oct. 29th. I. C. V.
$21.05 'KV ORLEANS, LA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 11th,
12th. 13th. Limited Oct. ISth. Extension to Nov. Sth.
$17.00 ASHEYILLE, X". C, and retu rn. Tickets on sale Oct. 19th, 20th,
21st, 22nd. Limited Nov. 2 nd.
$46.75 XKW YORK and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 20th. 21st, 22nd.
Limited Nov. 10th.
$17.45 MOBILE. ALA., and 'return. Tickets on sale Oct. 24th. 23th, 26th.
Limited Nov. 5th. Extension to Nov. 30th.
$29.80 NASHVILLE, TENN., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 2Sth,
29th. Limited to Nov. 5th.
FAST TRAINS THROUGH PULLMAN'S DINING CARS
For information of reservations call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
ticket agent or J. G. KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.,
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
The rest room which th Ocla merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nothing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE.
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your want
- rporatetf )
FOR CITY OF KM:
tCoMinueJ tro:u Firth Page
oxj I't-n ire.-tiit. Crude sewaze re requires
quires requires a nmeh oxygen eventui.iy
but because of its less decompo.- -d
state it does not take it up so
ly. Particles of crude sewage may be
carried along tor twenty hours be be-:
: be-: fore uniting with oxygen. Septic
! sewage would more likely combine
. with oxygen in the first half hour of
, its passage.
i Besides disposal into a body of
water not used for domestic purpos purposes,
es, purposes, there are two other courses open
for the final disposal of the effluent,
i It may be applied either to agricul agricul-j
j agricul-j tural land or to an artificial filter
I If the fertilizing value of the
j effluent is to be made use of. then
j vegetables and fruits for human con con-j
j con-j sumption must not be grown on the
' land for fear of contamination by
disease germs. Nut trees and fodder
can probably receive the effluent
with impunity. Truck gardens may
I be fertilized. however by subsoil
drains properly laid within a foot or
so of the surface of the ground,
i If the effluent is small in guantity
a filter bed of course material is out
of the question because of the neces-i
; sity for a continuous flow. A loose
sandy soil is the only recoures for
the small disposal system. Here the
I i nf Arm! 1 tint f 1 w o.li ntitd frniin i
land in fact, neeessarw
j Filteration thru two or three feet
! of sand very satisfactorily completes
'the purification problem. The un unstable,
stable, unstable, odorous and germ laden sep sep-l
l sep-l tic effluent is here oxidized, made
'presentable to the most fastidious
sense of smell, and largely robbed of
its bacterial wealth.
i YVeirsdale. 0-t. 'i. -The soa of
i Win. Alsop. who isite i his father
'and friends here for the past few
weeks, returned to Jacksonville last
ieek. where he intends entering
! .Mr. and Mrs. I). D. Peak, of South
Lake, who hae spent the summer
pleasantly in Philadelphia, returned
hale and hearty Friday.
Prof. Steens, of Gainesville, fin finished
ished finished his grove inspection work in
tins section Friday and went the
same day to East Lake for similar
.Miss Carrie Frank. Mrs. W. P.
Cochins and Messrs. Albertson. Wil Wilson
son Wilson and Logan were traders in the
Brick City Friday.
Mr. Edwin Schnitzler and family,
who were in Ashury Park. X. .J., for
the summer, arrived home recently.
They report a pleasant, though hot
su m mer.
Rev. J. A. Logan filled his Sunday
appointment at Center Hill as usual.
Y. 15. Coggins. groveman. living
east of town, has shipped three mix mixed
ed mixed cars of tine fruit, realizing about
?1.2'n per car, f. o. b. here. He got
$4..".0 for the grapefruit and $2..'0
for the oranges. The growing of
citrus trim is a paying proposition it
Messrs. Henry and Joe Rast made
a little excitement in our town Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning by apprehending the
negro who recently tried to slay
Marshal Torian of Leesburg. They
had little trouble in making the cap capture,
ture, capture, and were soon in Mr. (lano's
auto enroute for Tavares, where the
man was safely jailed.
Mr. Pedro is now clerking in the
Douglas Bros, store.
A dark iron gray filly, medium
size, one hind hoof white; was tak taken
en taken from the hitching rack in front
of Cam's Seed Store Saturday eve evening.
ning. evening. A suitable reward will be giv given
en given for information or the return of
same to Jake Rainey, Martel. 9-29-Gt
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
jby mail on receipt of $1. One small
'bottle is two months' treatment, and
I seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive St..
St. Louis. Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
i A GEXTLE AND
i EFFECTIVE LAXATIVE
A mild, gentle and effective laxa laxative
tive laxative is what people demand when
suffering form constipation. Thous Thousands
ands Thousands swear by Dr. King's Xew Life
Pills. Hush Tallman. of San Anton Anton-Jo.
Jo. Anton-Jo. Tex., writes: "They are beyond
question, the best pill my wife and
I have ever taken." They never
cause pain. Price 2"c at all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. H. E. Bueklin &
I Co.. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad
SUMi; SHOUT MARTIAL SAVINGS.
-ed bullet Turnerh away
HaQ de:jts or a
ils nails Tien, and I care no: who make
Millions for defense. but well,
anyway, millions for defense.
Fvery war-cloud has a silver lin lining
ing lining for the gunmaker.
One murder does not make
Peace is siher. but armed peace is
He arms deadliest who arms last.
.Josephine M. Burnham in Life.
.MISS CEC1LE DOWN'S
Teacher of Voice Culture
Residence 701 Earl street; phone
412. Fall term begins Sept. 29,
191-J. Pupils may enroll at any anytime.
time. anytime. ?-27-6t
CITY HAS SET GOOD EXAMPLE
Movement for Home Gardens, Started
in Philadelphia, Enthusiastically
Taken Up by School Pupils.
The more than fifteen thousand
home gardens started in Philadelphia
under the general supervision of
teachers are beginning to carry Into
each household the benefits of the
agricultural competition in the school
yards. This element of competition
is very important. The zeal of every
child is fostered by- the knowledge
that close at hand another youthful
amateur is striving to raise, if possi possible,
ble, possible, better things. Eventually this
must quite naturally lead into a larger
movement representing the interest of
the grown-up In civic development
In the Quaker City the school board
is urging not only upon high school
pupils, but also upon those of the
lower grades, a realization of their
share of the responsibility in making
a better and still more beautiful city.
A great deal can be done bv our chil-
d;-n in this direction if thev will
make those little patches in front or
in the rear of their parents' homes
limrn uttrxntiva nUntin c
- i"a"1"'' oulc
iiowers or slirubbery; anything to
( lease the eye and beget cleanliness.
Let us, then, go at it in the right!
way. We will find a ready response
vn uie ijuxi oi our cniiaren it tnej"" "
school authorities will persist in dc-
ii;g that which is done at Philadel-
phia Besides, it is a sign of the
urged to plant gardens under their
own windows at home and in school
Home and School Gardens. j
It is a sisn of the times that rhil-
dren are urged and encouraged to ; in this country within two or three'
plant gardens under thr own win-J days after the new tariff rates be be-dows
dows be-dows at home and in the purlieus of ; come effective.
you could always tell a school build- i
ing, not merely by the sinister and for-
bidding architecture as of the prison i
house, but by the abomination of des- i
nlrifirm that nrPTflilert nrniinH it Tho
school yard was as bare as a cinder
track, on the theory that any grass or
flowers planted there would at once be ;
ruthlessly undertrodden. Nowadays
.i i : 1 i i. : i .1
meie uuMveu .11 acuuui cuimi u a;the way around a familv market
reverence easily convertible into real , ,. ... . 0
. 4. . basket. Washington star,
enthusiasm for growing things of
Ann t1 i nt in O' Ti'yl i r cr wi t-i"t- rr I
and tending, from the seedtime to the
harvest. The 1 5,000 home gardens al-
ready started under the general super-!
iiiii piuuiiii, ngtuiu, waLdiiig 1
vision of thirteen teachers whom the' Any one contemplating wall paper-j
little gardeners may consult will carry jinff painting or kalsomining of walls!
into every household the benefits of;should see the beautiful, new, sani-!
the agricultural competition of the
plots cultivated side by side in the I
school yard. Philadelphia Ledger.
Gaiety Girls as Anglers.
Amusing stories formed a feature
of the address given by the Rev. Fred
T. Paton, the son of the famous Dr.
Paton, at Whitefield's Tabernacle.
On one occasion during his 20
years' service as a missionary in the
Xew Hebrides, he said, a parcel of
hnnVs arrived from home, and while
he was reading a letter the native chil-
dren got hold of an illustrated pa- j
They were at once attracted by the j
picture of some Gayety girls, photo- j HOUSES FOR SALE SALE-graphed
graphed SALE-graphed in the act of dancing with -ortn Sanchez street 2
their heels as nigh as their heads.
For some time the children discussed
the apparition, and then one bright
youth remarked: "That's what the
missionary told us about last Sab Sabbath.
bath. Sabbath. Those are the angels climbing
up and down Jacob's ladder:" Tit Tit-Bits.
Bits. Tit-Bits. Dogs Haul Artillery.
Dogs are made use of to haul light
artillery in the Belgium army and are
being experimented with by the Hol Holland
land Holland army.
NOTKK FOR PAVING IIIS
is ht-rebv driven that the city
council of thf city of cala. .Marion j
T-, ? v- VloriJn n r ir rirulr meet in SC I
to beheld a: the city hall, in the city
TuMiiaW thi 7th iav of o-toier, d.
1 !!.. at 7:.'tO o'clock p. m-
-.vill oonsMer bids fr the construction
of sidewalks and curb not already
instructed) on both sid-s of "hxpo-
sitl'n street or Broadway." h-g:nnm?
,a "Pine street'" and running west to
the city limit--. M boundary, in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the s;.eciJicatiorss row
.yr. tile ir. the city Ierk"s offk .-. set
f'.,r:h in the or diri.m j.r-'Vidin for
:., construction "f shU-walk and
,v;) ur:-,v;) .'
KxT.o-::;..?4 -:r---: ..ir l:road-
1 V..3 V..3-::
:: V..3-:: .-I-rk
i i d W
s submit: 1.
:';.- '" tv Oouncil.
IT WILL 00 TO
WILSON THIS EVEtllllG
Tariff According to Democratic Poli Policy
cy Policy will he the Law
Washington. Oct. 3. The demo democratic
cratic democratic tariff revision bill probably
will be presented to the president
this evening. The Senate at the end
of a listless debate at S:30 last night
passed the conference report by a
vote of thirty-six to seventeen, only
four more than the necessary quor quorum
um quorum of the Senate.
Senators LaFollette, republican,
and Poindexter, progressive, voted
for the conference report as they
did for the bill on its passage, and
Senators Ransdell and Thornton,
democrats, voted against it as they
did the bill.
Immediately after the passage off
the conference report, acting on mo motions
tions motions made by Chairman Simmons,
of the finance committee, the Senate
rejected the Smith-Lever compro compromise
mise compromise cotton futures tax amendment,
passed by the House Tuesday and
then receded from its own amend-!
meat, known as the Clarke cotton j
futures tax plan. The effect of this
action is to leave the cotton futures!
question out of the tariff bill so far
as the Senate is concerned.
The bill was returned to the
House this morning. At a confer conference
ence conference of House leaders, the question
as to whether the tariff bill might
mot go directly from the Senate to
the president was discussed. While
many parliamentarians held that!
this course would be legal, Chair-;
man Underwood and Speaker Clark
decided that the House should take ;
formal action to recede from its cot-i
j ton futures tax amendment,
j ac tion will eliminate the
- .J v
! irorn tne hill and the
nieasure can go to President Wilson'
at once. i
it is thought at the capital that;
the bill will become law Saturdav. j
Anticipating such a conclusion to
the tariff revision fight, the treasury
department is busy making final pre-
parations to put into eitect on
day following the signature of
bill by the President. It is expected
that millions of dollars worth of
now held in bond.
withdrawn for distribution
ALAS XEYEIS AGAIN
you favor an elastic
replied Grandpa Mintlick
er; "but I'd like to see some o' that
good old-fashioned elasticity that 'ud j
enable a two-dollar bill to reach all I
!A liEACTIFFL, PERMANENT,
j WASHABLE NEW WALL FINISH
tary, permanent, washable finish of;
two rooms in the Ocala Xational
'Bank. Those who have seen it con con-isider
isider con-isider it superior to anything ever of of-fered
fered of-fered in this territory and prices are
jvery reasonable. For information
see Mclver &: Mac-Kay. 9-13-tf
M A X CSC I II PT COY EliS
An elegant line of iav.ers' mana-
script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
-Look at 44 j
homes lot j
120x205; must sell together or sep-.
erate; make me an offer quick. E.
R. Damoth, 20 7
All the late shapes and shades in
men's fall hats are just in at Water-
Get vours now. 9-2 2-tf
j NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
i Xotice is hereby given that a spe spe-jcial
jcial spe-jcial election is hereby called for the
'purpose of electing a councilman
from ward two, city of Ocala, to fill
j'he unexpired term of Dr. J. W.
- roiMtrnfif! voiH Plpftintl will
1 i V VJ i u. i -
be held at the city hall on the 7th
jay Qf October. A. D. 1913.
i I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
H. H. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Mathews
ews Mathews as inspectors, and E. E. Robii-
son as clerk of said election.
In witness whereof 1 have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set my hand as mayor of the city
of Ocala. this the 21st day of August.
A. D. i:i:. J. D. Robertson,
H. C. Sisfunk, City Clerk.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
rhe Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
".ROVE'S TASTELESS chit! TONIC, drives oat
t'-ria nrd blinds up the svsttn. A true tonic
jureAtpctlir. I" -.xi-Ji:!;-a -1 children. SJx
W Found, Wanted, For Sale-
i For Rent and Similar Local Needs
WANTED To buy a building lot
near center of town, about 100x100,
for cash. Box 265. 9-2 9-6 t
FOR SALE Several sections of
shafting, different sizes, for sale
cheap, at the Star office. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE A number of solid
steel, wood and cone pulleys very
cheap. Star office. 9-30-tf.
FOR SALE A lot of shafting
hangers. Apply at Star office. 9-30tf
WAXTED TO BUY BUY-furniture
furniture BUY-furniture and heating
be in good condition.
Box 43S. 10-l-6t
Address P. O.
WAXTED At once, retail cigar
salesman. Address in own handwrit handwriting.
ing. handwriting. 'Salesman," care Star. 10-1-tf
REXT Small new cottage,
lights, soft water; $6 per
month. Address Cottage, 1106 S.
! Orange St., Ocala, Fla. 10-l-6t
FOR SALE If sold at once I have
'a splendid forty-acre farm with all
necessary buildings and improve
ments at a bargain. About $1500
cash will be necessary to make deal.
Balance on terms. Write "Owner,"
cars Ocala Star. 1 0-1-1 1
FOR REXT A seven room house
with all latest improvements and
conveniences, also a four room flat
with gas stove and all conveniences.
Apply to Mrs. T. H. Wallis, 603
E. Second St.. or phone 97 9-30-Gt.
FOR SALE 350 acres cutorer
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good for
, i i
and vine srrowinar: nrice
nellon. l or information write J. G.
: FOR SALE Two
east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bar-Apply
Apply bar-Apply at Star office. S 2S-tf
i FOR REXT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9 4-tf
POSITIOX WAXTED By youag
lady as bookkeeper or saleslady. Ad Address,
dress, Address, 710 S. 3rd St., Ocala. 9-23-Gt
WAXTED POSITIOX Lady sten sten-ographer,
ographer, sten-ographer, one year's experience, who
'is now employed would like position
i by October 1st, where there is some
Address Box 254,
WAXTED At once, man with
family for general farm work. Ap Apply
ply Apply H. H. Whit worth. 9-25-tf
FOR SALE Jersey milch cow3
with young calves. Hiawatha Lake
I Stock Farm, H. H. Whitworth, Prp Prp-!
! Prp-! prietor. 9-25-Ct
FOR SALE OR REXT A seven seven-room,
room, seven-room, two-tsory residence, with bath
and lights; 74 5 E. Adams street. Ap-
i ply to Tydings' drugstore. 10-3-6:
FOR REXT Modern residence on
Fort King avenue; $3.",. Anderson
Pharmacy, phone 269. 10-2-tf
Mclver & MacKav
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
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THE OCALA KVEMNG STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913
Being a True Account of Certain
Strange and Wonderful Adven-
tures of Master John Hampdon, jj
Seaman, and Mistress Lucy
Wilberforce, Gentlewoman, In
the Great South Seas. i
GYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
Copyright. 1912. by Cyrus lownsend Brady J
til I I I 1 1 I I 1 fH I t 1 I in
CMAC I CK VIII.
Wherein I Make All Clear to My Little
pistol was still in my hand.
and she made a clutch at it.
but 1 was too quick for her.
I caught her by the wrist
The spell she had cast upon us by her
sudden entrance, her beautiful pres presence,
ence, presence, her proud, brave demeanor, was
broken by that touch. The men laugb laugb-sl
sl laugb-sl Tht remembrance of that laugh
makes my blood boil even now.
"I wish you joy of her." said one.
"You will have a time taming her."
cried a second.
"Ah. you think so!" I cried, deter-niinin-'
to e.-irrv nat the detention to
i.;n..r i t, i..;,v .,. h:,,,,-..
for the least suspicion to arise I seiz- i
ed her by the shoulders, secretly pray- S
ing God t forgive me for what 1 was
about to do. and shook her violently
back and forth. It was easy enough.
A baby in my hands would not have
been more helpless. "Silence, you
fools!" 1 cried as the men began to
laugh again, and then to hei : "You
belong to me. woman. Do you hear?
I've bought you. I am your master
(Jet back into your cabin I will have
speech wi:!i you Inter." Helpless, she
could do nothing I thrust her into
the cabin, shut the door and faced the
men "Will you gentlemen leave me
alone to tame this she devil for a lit
lie while, and I will be on deck pres presently,"
ently," presently," I panted out.
"Very well." said Pimball. "but be
fore we g he pointed to a heavy
bottle in the rack-"I propose that we
drink the lealth of the new navigator
and his lady."
"Kight-o!- said I.
1 reached for the glasses that were
in the rack and poured out a stiff
dram for each man and added mighty
little wrter to it. The room was soon
filled with mocking, jeering toasts to
my health id happiness 1 drank
with the rest, a 'though I would rather
hae swallowed poison They went
out one by one. Pimball last
"I wish you joy of your woman." he
"You will see how tame she is to tomorrow."
morrow." tomorrow." 1 laughed as he climbed up
the ladder and soon disappeared.
To throw open the door of the cab cabin
in cabin was the work of a minute There
she stood She had twisted some kind
of a rope out of the sheets which she
had hastily torn up Her purpose was
plain She had intended to end her
UTe ly hanging l;;-re!f from the hook
i:i th;' de;-k beam above to which one
end of her ro'-e was secured, and she
wou'd have dim it. too. if 1 had not
come in in the nick of time.
I stared at her for a moment and
then reached forward and tore the
plaited strands out of her hand and
from around her neck and threw them
to the deck. It was evidence to me
of the deepness of tier despair that
she had attempted such a thing !t
showed me for one thing the excel
lence of my acting I had convinced
even tier of my villainy. 1 realized j
with a sudden pang ;
Hard as 1 stared at her. the glance'
that she shot back at me in intensity.
if not expression, matched my own
I never want to see such loathing,
such contempt, such scorn on a human
countenance again It cut me to the
"A moment." she said wildly, "and
I had done it. traitor!"
Nay. nay." I protested. "1 am a
"You bargained for me: you bought
"I was not in earnest." 1 cried, but
she interrupted me in a perfect tem tempest
pest tempest of outraged feeling.
"My God!" she burst out "Why
didn't you stay away a little longer?
You dog! You vile, low"
But at that I found voice again, for as a flash 1 realized the part we had
I was getting angry myself, my tem-' to play in public. I balled my tist and
per uaturally Iveing none the sweet-j struck the bulkhead savagely. I sup sup-est.
est. sup-est. save ordinarily when she was con-1 poe 1 must have changed my expres-
"Hear me." 1 interrupted in turn.
"Not a word."
"But indeed you must." I persisted,
stepping within h-T cabin and careful carefully
ly carefully closing the dor after me. "It is
your welfare alone that 1 seek. 1
think you should have known that"
"After the iusult on the quarterdeck
last evening?" she asked cuttingly.
"Madam." said 1. controlling myself;
again, but with added difficulty, "ouri
concern is not with kisses, but with"
"What else? Speak on!"
"Tour honor. I said slowly, whereat
k airAl at mi face, doubtless
enough in all conscience.
Whnt I hnd to say concerned ns both
so deeplv that I cared not what sh sh-said,
said, sh-said, and perhaps that closed eahin
into which I had penetrated was the
likeliest place for privacy in the whole
ship. I could hy no means te over over-beard,
beard, over-beard, so I determined to speak freely
in a way not to be misunderstood.
"I mean you no harm. Can you not
see it?" 1 burst out. "It was a!! a
"A piay!" she panted. "The murder
of the captair.. the mutiny of the men.
the seizure of the ship, the giving up
the chart, yuiir purchase" she drew
herseif up Gd. sLe was a brave litt!e
thing "of me."' she continued, "with
your share of the treasure was that a
"Part of it. madam," said 1. stung i
by her scorn and stunned again by
the thought that she could ever Lavej
believed me capable of such baseness. I
who had loved her. worshiped her andj
but for that fleeting moment when I
1 had kissed her had ever treated her j
with such humble consideration. "I
bought not you."
"The right to live and serve you:
the right for you to live unharmed j
"And what?" j
"And be served by me with no!
thought but for your safety and hap-j
She stared at me in deep consterna consternation,
tion, consternation, her brow furrowed. I had wit
enough to be silent and let the speech :
"Have I wronged you?" she asked
falteiingly at last
"What would your fate be if you j
! were left to that murderous rabble oni
the deck yonder? ;
She shuddered as 1 pressed thej
thought home to her. j
"You should have known me bet- j
ter," I continued reproachfully, "thanj
to have suspected"
"Hut your insult to me this very i
" 1 quarterdeck?
"Is a ui:in to le condemned beyond!
pardon who has served you truly be-i
cause he snatches a kiss in a moment
of madness and forgets it when your
life and honor tremble in the bal balance?"
ance?" balance?" "I do not think even you could for forget
get forget that ever." she said, and I could
not fathom exactly her purpose in that
Did she not want me to forget it?
Or would she have me remember it?
But this seemed like trifling. I turned
away bitterly, but she caught me by
the arm instantly.
"What are you about to do?" she
began. "Don't abandon me now. 1
believe in you. I see now why you
did it. It was to save me and help
me What would I do. what could 1
do without you? I am" she hesitat
ed: it was hard for her proud spirit
"I am sorry." she finished.
"Kay no more." 1 answered, looking
down at the little hand on my sleeve,
my soul thrilling to her words and
touch "No harm shall come to you
save over my dead body, and that is
not enough for me to promise. I mean
to extricate you from this peril."
"But is it possible?"
"I think so: I pray so."
"You are one against so many."
"1 have one ally in the ship, you
forget." said 1. smiling at her. relieved
and thankful to see her in her right
mind again and awake to the truth
and my real feeling toward her
"And that is-
"A feeble helper." she rejoined,
smiling in turn
"We shall see"
"And will you forgive me for hav hav-in:
in: hav-in: misjudged you?" she asked plead pleadingly
ingly pleadingly "Gladly."
"My hand on it. then." she said,
holding out her little palm which 1
swallowed up in my large one on the
instant, standing silent as usual, hold holding
ing holding it the while.
"And are you not sorry that you
you -kissed me?" she faltered at last
"No." I answered bluntly enough
beinu a plain man 1 have always felt
compelled to tell the truth except,
perhaps, when her interests were at
stake "I am not sorry." But as she
swiftly tried to draw her hand away
I added. "I promise you I won't do it
again, and you will forgive me. 1
know. Meanwhile we have much to
plan. We may be interrupted any
tine and we had best get at it."
I released her hand and she faced me
"You don't know how much safer 1
feel when I have you to depend upon."
How my heart leaped at that assur assurance
ance assurance and I saw that she had indeed
"I shall leave everything to you. Mas Master
ter Master IlamjMlon." she continued. "Do you
teil ine what to do. and I will do it."
"I know you will. I could not ask a
braver, better second." 1 answered
At that moment I beard a step on the
' lad 'ei Somebody was coming. Quick
sion as well, for in her surprise she
"That's it." 1 whispered, "scream
again, louder, louder."
"What do you mean?" she asked in
incomprehensible amazement, in th:
crisis my wits working quicker thaw
"There is somebody outside. We have
a part to plav I am abusing you and
you are fi-htin." I whispered swiftly
Then louder, fairly shouting at her in
deed. 1 cried. "Down on your knees,
went h. You will find that you have
met your master now.
I mjide some sound of scuffle and she
did indeed stream loudly. In the midst
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"Whn's there?" shouted, and to my
i.lv whimpered. "Beg for help!"
I "uteri inr the spirit of the game
n il .iiiili z at n:e. since there was
i!iie biit I to see. albeit she infused
s;ra !:,'( terr r in her voice, so that I
wri .nr ?" myself, she cried at the
"p nt h, i vni: e:
1 in turn railed louder vet:
"Silence, woman!' and struck the
Finally turning to the door I opened
it a hit. and there stood one of the
younger sea::. en.
"What want you?" 1 began sternly
and stoi mily. "1 don't care to be dis
turl eil just n w."
"You are wanted on deck. It is just
Land has been sighted, and
there's a heavy sea runnin". FiniiiaP
an' (Ilibby want your counsel ami ad
vice what's to be done." j
"(Jood!" said 1. "I will be with you j
In a moment. Tell them 1 have yet j
word or two to sav to this woman
The man turned on his heel, passed
through the cabin and climbed the lad
der to the deck.
"Now." I said quickly, thrusting one
of my pistols into my little unstress
hand, "we can talk no longer this time.
I am going to do my best for you. and
if P fail here is a weapon. You know
what to di with it."
"Shall I use it on them?"
"No. lass." I answered grimly, "on
yourself If it conies to the worst."
"I understand." she said, paling a
"Loek the door when 1 go out. ami
on no account open to any voice but
"1 shall remember."
"And keep up the acting," I said
"Whimper and cower away whenever
we are seen together"
"I shall not forget." she said, stand
ing very straight, looking at me brave
ly. her eyes shining.
"And now good by I"
I turned away, hut she caught me
by the shoulder She extended l:et
hand rather high I was not toodumh
not to understand what she wanted
and so I bent and kissed it. ami it
no light l:is of gallantry, but I press
ed my lijs passionately against the
"May Cod keep you." she saiil as I
turned away, breathing the "Amen
I dare not speak.
I heard the key turn in the lock he
hind me. and with a heart full of mis
givings in spite of my stern and reso
lute purpose. I came out on deck
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REFORMING OF TAMMAS
By ALBERT LOUIS WOOD.
Among the fourscore and odd men
who worked under me when I was pit
boss in the Black Diamond mine, as
far as I can remember, Tammas Sar Sargent
gent Sargent was the only total abstainer.
One afternoon a prematurely fired
shot projected a ton of coal, more or
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ous portions of his anatomy. As was :
my custom when any of the men was
hurt, I made it a point to drop in on
him for a few minutes every dav. j
"The doctor says," he volunteered 1 ness' and that is by constitutiona.
to me on one such occasion, "that ma ;reme;3ies- Deafness is caused by u
pure blood an guid habits be better jiudanied condition of the mucous lin lin-than
than lin-than his physic. That's win' o' the '-n? of the Eustachian Tube. When
dummy." : tn;s tube is inflamed you have a
"The 'dummy,' Tammas, and what rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
may that be?' I queried.
"I've never told a soul.
But 111 gie
to you in confidence. It'e the story
f mo rofn,m,; rr,
or ma reformation. Time was when
I drank with the best or, mayhap, the
worst o them
"Them days David Stephens and me
was fast cronies. One night I had na
been feelin' weel the day, David comes
to me, as usual, to go to the tavern
for a few drams. 'Come to the tavern,
David says. 'Perhans. as vou're not
feelin' ower weel, a bit o' brandy
j would be better than ordinar speerit,
j Tammas.' So I ca'd for the brandy
' an' feelin' some better after the first
one, I kept a callin'. Now, bein' sick
like at the start, and the brandy bein'
strong and unqualified, it soon went
, to ma heid. By an' by David said
summat not to my likin', an' I took ex exceptions
ceptions exceptions to it. To mak' a long story
short, we soon parted in anger.
"I declare I never felt so strange
afore nor since as I did when I got with dizzy spells, backache, head head-the
the head-the air that night. The sense of direc- i ache, weakness, debility, constipa constipation
tion constipation left me an I lost ma wav in a'tion or kindey troubles should use
I could ha' mapped out in my
I walked and walked till I was
fair knocked up.
O. it was a peetiful
At last my pins gied out beneath
me. I sunk down in a stupor. It must
a' been two o'clock when I awoke,
awoke, doused wi' dew, stiff an' cauld.
My senses were still befuddled, but
not so bad as before. I was lyin' in a
ravine near where Hallen's street
sewer empties into Williams' creek,
"My first feelin's was of anger with
myself and David. With myself for
Dein' such a beast, an with David for
ower persuadin me to drink with 'im.
"As I rubbed ma eyes, tryin' to get
the cobwebs out o them, I caught
sight o' some one !yir on the groon
near by. Lookin' close, I saw 'twas
David. 'Here,' says I, 'be you followin'
me, mon?' There was no answer.
'I laud up yer heid an be ceevil, else
I'll baste tha snoot, mon, I said. Still
no answer. 'I ll mak' thee talk,' I
yelled, an' just then mn nan' touched
a bit stone. In my anger I heaved
it at 'im and it struck full on his heid.
"There was still no soun' from Da David.
vid. David. I rose up and staggered over
to 'm. I put my 'and on 'im. David
was cold as deith.
"That seemed to sober me. Ma heid
cleared up. The 'orrible truth came
to me. I 'ad murdered ma best friend
in cold blood. I could na bide the
place, but turned an' ran as fast as I
could toward whoam. Once there, I
went to ma room and fell on the bed.
"When daylight come, I thought ev every
ery every footstep was the constable comin
to 'ale to jail. On a sudden there was
a knock on the door an' David en entered.
tered. entered. "I was never a believer in ghosts,
but at that moment my views changed.
All the buried superstitions o' my an ancestors
cestors ancestors was resurrected. 'David,' I
gasped, 'ow came you 'ere?
"David took ma 'and. I shuddered.
But 'twas with relief to find it warm
an' 'uman, instead o' clammy an
ghostlike. 'FoFgi'e me, auld mon,' he
said, T was in the wrong last night.
" 'Thank God, you're alive, David."
says I, T might 'a' killed you in the
" 'No fear you'd hurt a friend, drunk
or sober,' he says.
" 'But did na the stone hurt you,
David?' I speired.
"He looked at me dumfounded an'
edged away. 'Tammas, you're sick an'
out o your head. I'll get a doctor,' he
" Xa, na, none o' that,' says I.
" 'Tammas,' he says again, 'twas an
ill trick I had played on me last night
Y'ou'll min' it was 'Allow E'en. I left
ma door unlocked an' the boys got
into my room, took ma best rig, hat,
shbon an' all, then got a dummy from i
Myers' store an rigged it out in all
' r 1 At l
" 'Na, na, David.' says I. 'I'm
through drinkin. An' I was."
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;T, . .
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Building formerly occupied by Idea.
We can ae you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish Furnish-ng
ng Furnish-ng purchases. A large stock of both
new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
STALLMENT INSTALLMENT BUSINESS, and can
make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
Second-Hand Furniture Bought at
i Highest Market Price.
A. M. BOBBITT
Market and Laundry
The wood season will soon bo
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for its coming now. I
am in shape to fill a limited
amount of orders for well sea
soned OAK WOOD in any desir
Get my prices befors
your fall and winter
supply. Call Phone 114, or leave
your orders at the Count's Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Store, Cor Ft. King avenue
and S.- Main street.
J. H. J. COUNTS
Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. AI Rhame.
Ocala's best cutter, yill
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON,
412 X. Magnolia St.. Ocala, Fla.
Now Is The Time
To have your home brightened up.
Interior Decorating including Kalso Kalso-mining.
mining. Kalso-mining. Tinting, Papering and Paint Painting
ing Painting Neatly and Cheaply Done.
Wall Paper in all Grades from
Work fully guaranteed; estimates
Call Phone 285
-OTI: OF KKCK1VK R SALE
Notice is hereby fjiven that under
and by virtue of a decree rendered by
Hon. S. Bullock, judge of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of the fifth judicial circuit
of Florida, in and for Marion county,
in chancery, in a certain cause therein
pending wherein Joseph Bell is com complainant
plainant complainant and fi. C. Muncaster is de defendant.
fendant. defendant. I will on
Monday, thr th day of Oetober, 1S13,
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for sale and will ell to the highest
and best ouaer xrr casn all the ng.lts,
privileges, title and interests of II. C.
Muncaster and li. C. Muncaster and
Joseph Del! as late co-partners, lately
doing business as Muncaster & Hell.
under and m ana ro that certam con contract
tract contract of date Nov. 2nd. 1512. between
K. c Muncaster ana J. f,. Lnace ana
Helen T. Chace: which said contract is
recorded in deed records, book 150 at
page office of clerk of circuit
court of Marion county. Florida.
7-2T-ed-to-10-5 C. E. CONNOR.
As Receiver of Muncaster & Dell.
She "And that scar, major. Did
you get it during an engagement?
ue iabsentlv "No; the first week of
wife mv h in